Returns a table that has been filtered.
The table to be filtered.
A boolean (True/False) expression that is to be evaluated for each row of the table.
A table containing only the filtered rows.
FILTER can filter rows from a table by using any expression valid in the row context.
Thanks to context transition, using a measure in the filter expression it is possible to filter a table based on a dynamic calculation involving other rows and/or tables.
Learn more about FILTER in the following articles:
Filtering Tables in DAX
This article describes a number of techniques available to filter tables in DAX, showing possible pitfalls that you can avoid once you know them, in particular using bidirectional filters. One of the hardest things to do, when learning DAX, is to get rid of common sense reasoning and learn to follow a new set of […] » Read more
Context Transition and Filters in CALCULATE
This article explains how the context transition interacts with the filter arguments of a CALCULATE function in DAX. This is important in order to avoid unexpected results with complex calculations made in filter arguments. » Read more
Filter Arguments in CALCULATE
A filter argument in CALCULATE is always an iterator. Finding the right granularity for it is important to control the result and the performance. This article describes the options available to create complex filters in DAX. » Read more
Other related functions are:
Contributors: Alberto Ferrari, Marco Russo
MSDN documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/filter-function-dax